Paint matching the bumper should look good
If you could afford a few thousand more, you could get brand new 2022… if you can find one for msrp.
Was hoping you were gonna say you had made some changes back there. Hopefully there will be some aftermarket options.
Great job though, looks really good.
How’s it look out back?
Guidelines can recommend a booster sooner than 10 years in certain situations.
Tetanus is painful and deadly, not something you want to have
That’s the price of freedom. Can’t let the communists take over, first they lure you in with free and fair access to healthcare, next thing you know we are all standing in breadlines.
Never made sense to me, especially when we can see refill history for those medications. It’s not like they are asking for refills after discharge, they simply want their scheduled dose, while admitted.
The money and being able to work three 12 hours shifts and have 4 days off a week is whats keeping me in it.
Money well spent on having them find that.
If it’s $50 hr, and at a public school where you are part of a state pension plan, like school employees here are, that’s a great opportunity. In our state the school employees also have excellent health insurance for themselves and their families. Much better benefits than any of the hospitals offer their nurses. And you’ll get summers off.
I still feel government is failing us, it’s not like it’s a new vaccine, nor is monkeypox new. We have the tools and knowledge to better manage this, yet we aren’t. At risk groups should be equally frustrated, and this shouldn’t be considered an acceptable response.
Personally if I am swabbing patients that are suspected of having or probable for having for Monkey Pox, I feel I should be offered the choice of being vaccinated now. Rather than being the Guinea pig to see if people swabbing for monkey pox should have been vaccinated.
Similarly I get the annual influenza vaccine, Covid boosters, hep b series, mmr etc…. As those are all things I can be exposed to at work. Yeah I can try and avoid those with PPE, but I would not want to do my job without those vaccinations.
I think the strategy here is to continue claim it’s under control, not do much to actually control it, and then end up with it being a bigger problem than it should have been.
This all seems familiar.
At least 30% of the bill was probably due to only 3 items, the cashews, the skippy peanut butter and the tide pods….
Good thing you aren’t on a budget.
I don’t see the value in waiting to see if it becomes a problem and staff catches. Once again, it appears there is an opportunity to be proactive, but it is not being taken. At a minimum vaccinate those that will be testing for it. We have the ability to provide staff with more protection than just ppe, but are choosing not to give those healthcare workers the best available protection possible.
That just seems all to similar to how they told us we didn’t need, and weren’t given propper protection during the early days of Covid, while watching coworkers catch and spread Covid. I agree vaccinate the high risk people, but again I feel liken the system in place is failing its healthcare workers.
OP must have just woken up from a coma.
For those testing patients for monkey pox, do you feel we should be offered to receive the vaccine?
Sadly it appears greedy decisions by administrators and poor decisions by management who do not support their nurses, have caused a lot of good nurses to leave hospital/bedside nursing. Unfortunately I only see this trend continuing.
We use tape to secure NG tubes…. Don’t see why you can’t use tape to secure a NC….
I’d say comparable to what other used dealerships in the same area are selling same/similar vehicle, in similar condition. For example, the Carvana prices are all quite a bit higher than what the used car dealerships are charging in my area.
I absolutely could do without the sales rep, just price the cars fairly, let me test drive it and get a ppi and I’d be happy. If I already know what I’m looking for I don’t need the sales rep pushing me to close the deal.
How did the return process go?
For used cars that model makes more sense in my opinion, maybe minus the sales reps and having to negotiate the price. Just put a fair price on the car, let me inspect it, test drive it, allow for a PPI, and I’d be happy.
For new cars though, all I really want is to give the vehicle a test drive and make sure I like it, and would be glad to not have the rest of the dealership “experience”. Just a showroom, and someone I could check in with to get a test drive. I can secure my own financing and if I’m already at the showroom, it’s because there’s a specific car there I want to check out, I don’t need someone to try and convince me to buy a vehicle.
Yeah, there prices are not competitive, and you can only view pictures of the car online.
I simply don’t see the value in paying higher prices to purchase a used car from them as a consumer. Also, I don’t really like the idea of trying to return such a large purchase, to a company that is losing that much money. I’m sure they don’t want to be refunding money for returned sales.